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WELCOME TO NA PIARSAIGH

A visit to Na Piarsaigh Hurling and Football complex in its present stature boasts three senior playing fields, one floodlit and sandbased to facilitate winter activities, an underage pitch for youth development and all weather complex of four pitches shows the high club standard sought through year of development. An indoor facility of a hurling arena with a fully equiped gymnasium shows the ambitious forward thinking strategy.

The hardworking efforts of committees over the years has been fruitful and no doubt future bodies will continue their efforts to enhance the present marvelous facility.

The social aspects of the club are also recognised with the modernised bar/function hall available to its members. We are proud of our club facilities and applaud the support of members and friends over the years whose efforts enabled us reach the present high standard provided.

 

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Senior Hurling Championship 2019

Underage Academy
The Underage Academy for ages 5/6years takes place every Friday night in the Arena at 6.15pm.   So if your son was born in 2013/2014 why not bring him to the Arena on Fridays where he would be more than welcome.  If you need any more information please feel free to call one of the Committee  below.
Brian Buckley @ 0857275777
Neil O Connor @ 0868166171
Thomas Gardiner @0860645183


 

 


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NEWS & EVENTS

AGM 2019
Members should take note that our AGM for 2019 will take place on Sunday 8th December next at 2.30pm sharp.    All members and players are asked to attend....
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Annual Abie Allen Ud12 Hurling Tournament
The annual Abie Allen Ud12 Hurling Tournament will be played tomorrow Saturday in the club.   Teams attending are Carrignavar, Aghabullogue, and Ballygiblin.&nb...
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Report on Premier Intermediate Football Championship
St Michael’s Eric Hegarty tries to get away from Na Piarsaigh's Eoin Moynihan. Picture: David Keane.   Cremin goal is ...
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